KLAFS Sauna Attachments & Accessories

KLAFS Sauna Attachments & Accessories

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A sauna is only perfect if enjoyed with all of your senses. And everything must be adapted to your individual well-being and fit your needs perfectly – down to the smallest detail. With original KLAFS additional equipment and accessories, you can upgrade your sauna at any time with many different components for additional well-being. Either at the beginning or at a later point in time, as a retrofit.


Microsalt SaltProX

Das gesunde Extra für die Sauna oder Infrarotkabine fügt sich mit seinem modernen und zeitlosen Design harmonisch in jede Wärmekabine ein.
Microsalt SaltProX kann einfach auf die Liege in der Wärmekabine gestellt werden.

Extreme feel-good factor, easy operation and maintenance as well as a handy format: SaltProX is the first microsalt-device especially designed for private customers. The positive health effects of dry salt have been proven by many scientific studies.

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SANARIUM®

With the help of patented climate control, your sauna can become a tropical bath, a soft steam bath, an aroma bath or even a warm air bath.

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Infrared

The comfortable infrared seat complements your sauna perfectly and provides powerful relief from muscle tension and back pain.

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MOLLIS SAUNA CUSHIONS & MATS

Innovative and sustainably produced sauna cushions and mats enhance comfort and provide homely flair.

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OXYGEN SANO2

SANO2 is an oxygen system that was specially developed for the sauna. For increased concentration and performance.

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SAUNA LIGHTING

From puristic to playful, from invisible to remarkably homely: Our versatile lighting ideas literally create highlights in your sauna and provide additional comfort during every sauna session.

ROMEO & JULIA sauna lights
ROMEO & JULIA sauna lights
Reading light
Reading light
CLARA sauna light
CLARA sauna light
  1. The elegant ornamental pattern of the ROMEO & JULIA sauna lights conjures up an attractive interplay of light on the heater and sauna ceiling. The lights are temperature-resistant, dimmable and suitable for use above sauna heaters. The ROMEO light has an internal shade in a decorative anodised gold look – JULIA is made from lacquered and anodised aluminium.
  2. The practical KLAFS reading light with bending arm is attached to the cabin wall and can thus be moved into different positions. The satin-finished glass provides a pleasant reading light.
  3. Like the ROMEO & JULIA sauna lights, the CLARA sauna light features an ornamental pattern milled in wood, radiates cosiness and creates a warm atmosphere.

POLAR STARRY SKY

It's easy to relax in a sauna – just close your eyes and let your thoughts wander. Now, you can also let your gaze be pleasantly distracted. For example by the thought-provoking STARRY SKY, which conjures up twinkling stars on the ceiling.

Sternenhimmel Polar für die Sauna

COLOUR LIGHT

Replenish your energy in the red light, laugh in a yellow atmosphere, relax in green or dream surrounded by blue – where better than in the sauna?

With the COLOUR LIGHT you can drench your sauna completely in your favourite colour – and then change it as desired. On request, it is also available with our innovative skin-tightening and collagen-forming LIFTLIGHT, which is particularly effective in the warm atmosphere of a sauna.


Aquaviva

KLAFS AQUAVIVA
KLAFS AQUAVIVA

For optimum relaxation, you should take your time in the sauna and enjoy it with all your senses. With this idea in mind, the media artist Prof. Walter Giers developed the AQUAVIVA.

This artwork made from polycarbonate is a source of optical and acoustic stimulation that make you think you are sitting in the woods, by a mountain stream or by the sea. In addition to creating a new feeling of space, it also promotes mental relaxation.

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Whatever you might need for your sauna: KLAFS Sauna accessories.

Three things are important for the warming-up phase in your sauna: air temperature, relative humidity and the duration of the sauna. Accordingly, the sauna accessories you will require are a thermometer and a hygrometer, which is the technical term for the humidity meter. In order to be able to gauge time, a sauna hourglass is the best option, due to its heat-resistant properties. Thermometers that have been specially developed and calibrated for all temperatures are also a viable option. Measuring the air humidity is the most complicated process. This is because it is not the actual moisture content, or absolute humidity, that is measured, but rather the relative saturation of the air. Depending on the temperature, the air can absorb different amounts of water. A cubic metre of air at approximately freezing point can hold less than 5 grams of water. If this amount is exceeded, droplets are formed. At 50°C, the same amount of air can already take 82 grams of water until steam forms and then at 100°C, the capacity reaches 590 grams per cubic metre of air. 100% relative humidity is the maximum amount of water that the air can hold, at which point it becomes saturated. The hygrometer measures the proportion of existing moisture at the maximum saturation. If the hygrometer indicates 50% saturation, then 2.5 grams of water would be present at 0°, whilst at 80°, 41 grams would be present and then 245 grams at 100°C.  It is therefore important to always measure the temperature and the humidity at the same height in the sauna cabin. On the second bench, there could be a humidity level of 5-15%, while on the third bench, it would be 3-10%, creating a favourable sauna climate. The measurement of relative humidity can be more difficult to calibrate than the temperature. If there is high humidity in the sauna despite a sufficiently long preheating period, then it is possible that the measuring tools have become unreliable or the hygrometer is hanging too low. This could particularly be the case in winter, when the air is already quite dry and becomes dryer still from the sauna heater output. Very dry air is not healthy for the mucous membranes, because it “burns” in the nose and eyes. Therefore, if the air is dry, a generous infusion should be made prior to the first sauna session until the relative humidity is high enough. To enhance the effect of the heat, it is often worth carrying out an infusion while you are relaxing in the sauna cabin.